Amasis

[Persian general] Amasis was a Persian of the tribe of the Maraphii, who was sent by Aryandes, the governor of Egypt under Cambyses, at the head of an army to assist Pheretima, the mother of Arcesilaus III, king of Cyrene. In his INDIA IN GREECE, philologist Edward Pococke associates the Maraphii with the Berhi-pae of Kartakeyu. He took Bar...
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Amasis

[potter] Amasis was an ancient Attic potter, active in Athens etween 560/550 and 530/520 BC. Amasis’s pottery workshop also employed a well-known painter, who is conventionally named the Amasis Painter after the potter, and generally considered as one of the best Archaic vase painters. His works are mostly black-figure, but some red-figur...
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Amasis

Amasis was king of Egypt from 569 to 526 B.C. He obtained the throne by rebelling against his predecessor Apries, and is chiefly known from his friendship for the Greeks, and his wise government of the kingdom, which, under him, was in the most prosperous condition.
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